And the last time I gave my jeep to a valet, he claimed he couldn't drive a stick.
That's my memory. Does it looks gold like brass, or silver like solder?
One of my great-uncles was Librarian of Congress. He led a push to transfer multitudes of paper documents to Micro-Film, and then discard the...
That is a factory fitting, and is brazed in.
Maybe we didn't used to. But I have a uncomfortable sense that today there is no data that isn't saved. Who in the world will ever want, or be...
Very true. But perhaps they are legitimate copper-steel, very nice to work with.
I guess not. On my '34 Flathead Ford, some people say it helps, but it's hard for me to imagine the starter isn't pretty well grounded anyway.
Only two posts for the purple wire - it's gotta be one of them. You'll know, if it cranks.
Are you missing a bolt from the ground/brace...
For the price of new, you could buy a whole jeep and the block with it.
x2. Understeer versus Oversteer.
But IRL I'd much rather have the rears lock first, because then even the skid is potentially controllable....
If the crack is on the 'deck' the machine shop may be able to stitch it up. Worked for me.
Not a big deal if you wait and ever needed to do it later.
Intermittant failure has been my experience when a m/c seal is failing.
The Guvmint policy at the time was to "surplus" vehicles at about 25K miles.
I loved mine. But I'd say in this case you'd be paying about $5K for a coat of paint.
Ebay is your friend, or the classifieds on this forum.
$6850 would buy a lot of nights in nice hotels...
A quart in 1000 miles was fairly normal back then. I'd be happy with that.
That said, valve guides, rings, or an external leak that only happens...
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